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Bristol Old Vic
12 June – 12 July 2014

A Bristol Old Vic production
By Carl Heap and Tom Morris
Directed by Tom Morris
Designed by Katie Sykes
Based on an original staging by Carl Heap

Box Office: 0117 987 7877

England will win the World Cup this summer. Guaranteed.

Bobby Moore, Nobby Stiles and the Charlton Brothers: the team of legendary heroes and ordinary men that won the 1966 World Cup and a permanent place in the hearts of a nation.

World Cup Final 1966 is a funny, affectionate look at this epic moment in footballing history, bringing it to life for a new generation of children and creating a nostalgic walk down memory lane for parents and grandparents.

Last seen on tour in 2005 following a run at London’s BAC, this acclaimed production is back and re-written ready for the biggest tournament in football this summer.


“Total football and total theatre”

The Independent

immensely good-humoured, informative and enjoyable”

The Times

wonderfully imaginative”

The Sunday Times


Previews (12-17 Jun): First 200 tickets for each performance all £10
Family ticket:
25% off (tickets priced £13 and above only, 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
Groups of 10+: £2 off each ticket and 1 ticket free in every 10 (tickets priced £13 and above only)
Five a side offer: Book as a group of five and save 10%
Schools: £7.50-£20.50
Friends of Bristol Old Vic: 2-for-1 tickets on Fri 20 Jun, 7.30pm; Sat 21 Jun, 2.30pm; Tue 1 Jul, 7.30pm; Fri 4 Jul, 7.30pm

All ticket discounts will be applied once ticket types have been selected and added to your basket.

Signed performance: Sat 28 Jun, 2.30pm
Audio-described performance:
Sat 5 Jul, 2.30pm
Captioned peformance:
Sat 12 Jul, 2.30pm

Les Bubb – Gordon Banks
Glyn Grimstead – George Cohen / Alf Ramsey
Neil Haigh – Nobby Stiles
Brian Hargreaves – Roger Hunt / MD
Kyle Lima – Jack Carlton
Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins – Bobby Moore
Zara Ramm – Geoff Hurst
Karla Shacklock – Martin Peters
Tom Wainwright – Alan Ball
Roy Weskin – Bobby Charlton
Stewart Wright – Ray Wilson / Jimmy Greaves / Ken Wolstenholme